The elephants may have been sold at the grand charity auction, but it is not the end for Elmer's Big Parade Suffolk.
When Richard and Cathy Brown won £6m on the Lotto they splashed out on the "sailing equivalent of a Porsche" - and now a photo of them aboard their beloved yacht is featuring in a special exhibition.
A road is blocked in Saxmundham following a two car crash involving an Audi.
A swan stood on the A12 is causing traffic chaos, after an earlier car crash caused long delays heading out of Ipswich.
Trains may be delayed or cancelled through Needham Market after a van collided with a railway bridge this afternoon.
One of Suffolk's biggest ever music stars has received an honorary doctorate from the University of Suffolk during a week of celebratory graduations.
Warnings have been issued by environmental experts over water usage as they claim a wet winter is needed to prevent water sanctions being put in place next year.
A biker who died following a crash in Felixstowe has been named by police as Robert Parry, 61.
A man was threatened at knifepoint in Ipswich as he investigated his car alarm being set off in the early hours of the morning.
An amber weather warning is in place for parts of Suffolk - with heavy rain and thunderstorms set to batter the county this afternoon as a band of stormy weather comes in from the south.
An appeal has been made for the return of a 100-year-old trophy awarded to the winner of Suffolk's historic Great Finborough bog race for over a century.
An apology has been issued by a car racing company their show at Foxhall Stadium caused parking chaos on surrounding roads.
Nearly 3,500 bins were not collected in the three months since refuse days were switched by Mid Suffolk and Babergh district councils.
Hundreds more primary places could be provided for children in Thurston if plans for a new 420-place school get the go-ahead.
Plans to built 65 homes in a Suffolk village have been rejected - to the delight of residents.
Cinema goers have been given a first look inside a Bury St Edmunds picturehouse which has recently completed the first stage of an exciting new expansion bringing two brand new screens to the town.
The husband of a mother-of-three who died in a serious car crash last year has paid tribute to his 'fantastic' wife, following an inquest into her death.
The appeal has come after the MP for Central Suffolk and North Ipswich wrote to the Secretary of State for Transport Grant Shapps to formally register his opposition to the county council's proposals for the Northern Bypass.
A man has been forced to pay more than £1,500 for fly-tipping after his address was found on a letter in a pile of rubbish dumped on the side of the road, leading the police right to his front door.
Police forces across the East of England have been told to recruit more than 450 new officers in a new drive to increase national policing numbers.
The A140 remains closed and three people have been taken to hospital after a serious crash between a lorry and a car in Creeting St Mary.
A person has been left with potentially life-threatening injuries after a motorbike crash in Felixstowe.
The search for a weapon used in a triple murder in Colchester is under way, as a major probe into the deaths enters its second day.
Flood warnings remain in place in parts of Suffolk with further rain set to soak the county later today.
Pupils at a Suffolk high school are embracing a new fitness lifestyle after a new exercise suite was installed.
A new music festival which aims to encourage touring bands to visit Ipswich has got underway with live music at the Cornhill.
Police officers have been given extended stop and search powers in the centre of Clacton after two people were stabbed in two days.
A former teacher and Scout leader from Colchester has been jailed for sexually abusing two teenage boys.
Homeowners in a narrow street in Stowmarket are calling for strict restrictions after a large farming vehicle became stuck for over an hour on the road.
A merchant seaman has died following an accident on board his ship at the Port of Ipswich.
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